National Geographic : 1931 Jan
Photograph byCapt. A.W.Stevens HAVANA, MAGNIFICENT AND IMPOSING, YET SOLID AND DIGNIFIED, GLITTERING BYDAY AND SEDUCTIVE BYNIGHT The domed building at the right is the Presidential Palace, immediately in front of which stands a watchtower, fragment oftheoldcity walls. Just below it, and to its right, is a great factory where a famous Havana cigar is made. In the lower right corner istheoldjail. The foreshore attheleft is "made land," reclaimed and filled at great cost since 1926. The monument in the lower left corner commemorates theNation's debt totheCuban educator, Jose de la Luz y Caballero.